The exclusive MSP back-to-school sale is here!

It's that time of year again and we want to make it easy for you to start developing with MSP microcontrollers! This promotion will run for two weeks only, while supplies last.

Check out the great deals we have on MSP LaunchPads and the MSP-FET using the exclusive coupon codes below on the TI Store:

 EVM  Description  Discount Coupon Code
MSP-FET  Programmer/debugger for all MSP MCUs featuring EnergyTrace technology for real-time power profiling.  50% off  MSPSCOOL15A
MSP-EXP430FR6989 The most integrated MSP FRAM LaunchPad with 128KB non-volatile memory, a 320 segment LCD and a 40-pin BoosterPack header. 20% off MSPSCOOL15B
MSP-EXP430FR5969 This LaunchPad kit is perfect for projects requiring ultra-low-power standby mode current. It features 64KB of non-volatile memory, a super-capacitor for continued power when the USB cable is unplugged, and a 20-pin BoosterPack header. 10% off  MSPSCOOL15C
MSP-EXP430FR4133 This LaunchPad kit is a perfect tool for getting started with FRAM. It features 16KB of non-volatile memory, a segment LCD, and a 20-pin BoosterPack header. 10% off MSPSCOOL15C
MSP-EXP430F5529LP This MSP LaunchPad offers 128KB of Flash memory, USB, and a 40-pin BoosterPack header. 10% off MSPSCOOL15C
MSP-EXP430G2 The classic! Features a DIP for easy bread-boarding 10% off MSPSCOOL15C

This promotion is limited to one use per coupon, per customer. Remember, it will only be open while supplies last, so place your orders today!

Don't forget to post any projects here or head over to the E2E forum to get your questions answered!

  • @ Jock

    Can you please post this on the MSP E2E forum and send me a PM with the link to the post? Then I can expedite to my team and get you a quick response.

  • After my parallel FET ran out of runway and Windows 10, I bought an MSP430-JTAG-TINY-V2 (USP to JTAG) and just want to get up and running ASAP  for a simple little unit that will generate three analogue outputs about 50mS each, in response to an input TTL Trigger. This is a trivial exercise using SPI to drive a multi DAC.

    My question. What is the quickest route to get back up and running with this great little IC to where I was half a decade ago without spending a lot, where I could easily compile the closest equivalent tested example program, and just modify a few lines of assembler to achieve a rather simple task quickly? This would previously have taken me no more than an afternoon... I need to get back there if possible... I would be most grateful for advice. to save me time.